Lane of Things (LofT), adapted from the concepts around the Array of Things sensor platform in Chicago, is an integrated curriculum that teaches students about embedded sensor technology, digital fabrication, measurement, design and problem solving, data analytics, teamwork, and in the process, acquire hands-on experience with the concept of “Internet of Things” (or “IoT”).
In LofT’s third year of implementation, the Chicago Cubs graciously enhanced this year’s projects by allowing Wrigley Field to be the location of measurement. Students in the Innovation and Creation Lab classes and Physical Computing Lab class at Lane Tech high school have been working on the LofT project all semester to develop sensor devices from concept, to prototype, to final design and finally to deployment in and around Wrigley Field. Measuring a variety of factors, including sound, environment, and fan sentiment.
Light snacks and beverages will be served.
This event is hosted by the University of Chicago, Lane Tech College Prep High School, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Chicago Cubs, and Motorola Solutions Foundation.
Enter at the Budweiser Bleacher Gate on Sheffield and Waveland. Bags will be subject for search upon entry.